The GEEVEES Recognize the Best In ‘Smart Conscious Design’ in 2024

Godrej Locks & Architectural Fittings and Systems (GLAFS), a prominent division of Godrej & Boyce, celebrated the successful conclusion of the third edition of “The GeeVees Awards” over the weekend. Launched in 2021-2022 by Godrej Locks & Architectural Fittings and Systems, The GeeVees Awards is a prestigious platform recognizing India’s finest innovations in architecture and interior design. The recent ceremony, held in Goa on March 9, 2024, showcased exceptional projects in sustainable architecture and interior design from across India.

This year’s GeeVees 2024 received an impressive 1482 submissions, highlighting the growing emphasis on sustainable design solutions. More than 50 creative minds from the architecture and interior design community gathered to applaud peers who are leading the way towards a greener and healthier future. Winners were announced across various sectors such as hospitality, residential, healthcare, education, commercial, and more, showcasing the breadth of innovation and excellence within the industry.

Shyam Motwani, Business Head at Godrej Locks & Architectural Fittings and Systems, expressed the company’s commitment to nurturing fresh ideas and talent. He stated that The GeeVees Awards serves as an ideal platform to appreciate and recognize design ingenuity. The 2024 edition of the awards celebrated creativity and sustainability, with a panel of respected industry experts scouring the nation for talent in sustainable architecture and interior design. Motwani emphasized that beyond recognition, their mission is to inspire architects and designers to create designs that aesthetically please while contributing positively to society.

A panel of sixteen esteemed jury members, highly influential in shaping the architecture and interior design fraternity, graced the event to celebrate the intersection of architecture and sustainability. Notable jury members included Naresh Narsimhan (Venkatramanan Associates), Puran Kumar (Studio PKA), Reza Kabul (ARK Reza Architects), George E Ramapuram (Earthitects), Hiten Sethi (Hiten Sethi & Associates), Kanhai Gandhi (KNS Architects), Anupam Bansal (ABRD Architects), Darius Tanujoyo (Pranala Associates), Nitin Killawala (Group Seven Architects & Planners), Alhad Gore (Beyond Design Architects & Consultants), Raj Agrawal (Raj Agrawal & Associates), Rang Emei (Helix Healthcare Architecture + Helix Design), Sunil Patil (Sunil Patil & Associates), Supriya Thyagarajan (Perkins Eastman), Vatsal Joshi (Associated Architects Pvt Ltd), Carl Bhesania (Architecture at Talati & Partners).

Annexure: Winner’s details:

Each of these categories also had a 1st runner up and a people’s choice awards.

Sr NoCategoriesWinners
1.Architecture – Public / Institutional BuildingBhargav A bhavsar
2.Architecture – Residential Villa / BunglowArjun A Joshy
3.Architecture Commercial Projects – Large (More Than 1000 Sq. ft.)Himanshu Bhagavanbhai Patel
4.Commercial Projects in Small Towns – Architecture & Interior (Towns with Population under 1 Lac)Ar Bindu K
5.Educational – Architecture & InteriorSwapnil valvatkar
6.Healthcare – Architecture & InteriorKhushboo Vyas
7.Hospitality Projects – Large – Architecture & Interior (More than 50 Rooms) Dharmesh Patel 
8.Hospitality Projects – Small – Architecture & Interior (Less than 50 Rooms)Abhigyan Neogi 
9.Interior Commercial Projects – Large (Above 3000 Sq.ft.)Shiv Salian
10.Interior Commercial Projects – Small (Less than 3000 Sq.ft.)AkshayaVaibhavi Thakkar Desai 
11.Interior Residential Apartment / Villa / Bungalow – Large (Above 3000 Sq.ft.)Lester Rozario 
12.Interior Residential Apartment / Villa / Bungalow – Small (Less than 3000 Sq.ft.)Kumpal Vaid 
13.Multi-Unit HousingVishal Shah
14.Residential Projects in Small towns – Architecture & Interior (Towns with Population under 1 Lac)ZARINE HOSHANG JAMSHEDJI
15.Safest Projects – Architecture & InteriorVikram Sanghra
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